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Boris Vukobrat
Boris Vukobrat
4,248 Points

Using Eclipse and Android Studio

How to use same SDK library for both? I don't like to experiment with this. I have already AS installed, and now would go for Eclipse. So after installing a fresh Luna_EE, I will need to add ADT plug-in, right? Then, what about SDK? How to point to existing SDK folder at C:\Program Files\Develop\Android\android-studio\sdk?

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Boris Vukobrat
Boris Vukobrat
4,248 Points

Oh. well, no harm if I answer myself : ), as I just solved this small worry, not to have second version of SDK. Eclipse automatically found android-studio/sdk folder and set path to it (Eclipse_EE Luna + ADT). Nice job eclipse guys.